fonefan (49378) - VestJylland, DENMARK - AUG 3, 2006
Bottle. Creamy off-white good mostly lasting head. Brown colour. Powerfull caramellic and hopy aroma. Nice flavor very bitter long finish. yespr (45464) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - JAN 19, 2008
33 cL bottle. Pours murky brown with a lacing tan head. Aroma is light fruity, subdued malt and with a distinct dough yeasty note. Flavour is smoothly balanced between caramel malt, fruit notes. chocolate and a mild mellow yeast note. Ends with a lingering fruity and mild bitter finish. Solid dubbel, but in my book the weakest style made by the trappist brewers. This one is quite reminiscent of the Westvleteren Dubbel. Ungstrup (37633) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - AUG 27, 2002
A red-brown beer with a good gead and a fruity aroma. The flavor is slightly sour and fruity. It definatly a great beer. joergen (28153) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - DEC 8, 2004
Brown clour with a beige head.
Sweet malty aroma with notes of dried fruit. Sweet flavor with notes of plums and raisins, and a well balanced bitterness. oh6gdx (26488) - Vasa, FINLAND - MAR 6, 2005
Bottled. Brown colour with beige/brown mediumsized head. Leaves nice lacing. Caramel and malt in aroma. Very fresh aroma. Fruity and malty taste with hints of hops. Aftertaste is made of citrus and hoppy bitterness. Very wellbalanced.
omhper (25139) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - MAR 20, 2002
Beautifully chestnut brown colour, hazy and crowned with beige head. Slightly bubble-gum/banana estery nose. Balanced sweetness and soft maltiness turning into a dry, hoppy finish. These Trappist monks know their stuff, but it’s not as good as, say Westvleteren. But then - what is? Papsoe (25063) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAY 1, 2005
UPDATED: JAN 8, 2006 (Bottle 33 cl) Beautiful, hazy, brownish beer, with a fruity, sweetish nose. Lots of sediment. Nice chocolatey body. A pleasant trappist indeed. 060493 Travlr (24875) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - NOV 27, 2008
UPDATED: SEP 2, 2014 Muddy brown with tan head, sweet honey aroma. Full mouth with complex spiciness. Alcohol shows through more than most.
Just for fun: 1956 bottle: Crystal clear ruby amber color, small beige edge head. Aroma of caramel and butterscotch. Taste is oxidized burnt caramel. Interesting. For some reason I didn’t score it, though, too bad. madmitch76 (24807) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JAN 15, 2011
18th February 2008 cgarvieuk (24515) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAY 2, 2007
A 1970s bottle sourced from a collector in Belgium. Cloudy brown beer, still carbonated! Sharp and sour with a dry bitter finish. Nice but a bit too dry.
A dark brown colour, with a rich malty aroma, and a complex deep rich malt flavour.